Following its Q2 earnings call this week, Tesla representatives confirmed Previous report That his commercial EV project, Semi, will be delayed until 2022. The company cited both the ongoing global processor shortage and its currently limited battery production capacity for the new 800-style cells as contributing to its decision.
On the plus side, Tesla executives have also confirmed that the development of high-anticipated cyber trucks is accelerating. What’s more, they explained that once production of the Model Y at the new Berlin and Texas plants is fully increased, Tesla wants to launch a production line to start the semi-line. For the full story, watch the video above, and to continue all Tesla topics, stay tuned to Engadget!
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